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Ruby Yarter

Have a problem with Paradox 9 running on XP Pro workstation.  Been running this for several years on a Server with XP Pro OS.  Have two workstations attached to the Server. One workstation developed a problem of not finding a record in the Master Table on a form we have used for years.  The record is there when checked but will not display on the form.

On the premiss that the software had developed a cliche on this one machine, removed Paradox 9 and reinstalled.  No change.  No data is stored on the workstation just the software.

The other workstation has no problem finding these records and neither does the Server.

Cannot scroll to the desired record though scrolling to other records not a problem however, moving cursor to another field in another table on the same form, scrolling to the desired record is no problem.  Seems to be something with the previous record or next record in this Master Table field that is the keyed field.  What am I missing?

Got any ideas.  May be a hardware problem now.  Tech says no.

Thanks for any help you may have to offer.


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You indicated that the data was stored on the server.  Where is the code, forms, reports etc.?  What service packs have you installed on the PC's and server?

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Danial Fought is a senior programmer analyst with Prestwood IT where he develops custom Windows software and custom websites. When Dan is not coding for clients, he participates in this online community. Coding specialties include Paradox/ObjectPAL, MS Access, Visual Basic, and VS.Net/VB.Net.

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My understanding from Mike Prestwood and others is that table corruption sometimes shows up like this. Have you tried table repair?

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Mike Prestwood
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Also make sure you delete any stray .lck and net files.

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